The annual observance of Catholic Schools Week continues at
St. Anthony of Padua School today with an open house followed by a talent show,
both taking place this evening.
Classrooms from kindergarten to eighth grade will be open to
parents, friends and other family members of the school’s nearly 300 students
from 5 to 6 p.m., giving them an opportunity to meet the children’s teachers
and to take a look of the place where they have their class sessions.
Immediately following the open house will be a talent show
from 6 to 8 p.m. featuring various performances by the students. Along with the
live program, Principal Susie Dickert said parents and other guests will have
the opportunity to view a fine arts display featuring various art projects
showing the variety of students’ artistic accomplishments.
The talent program will be a variety show with students
showing off their artistic abilities in singing, dancing, martial arts, plus
comedy/magic skits. The live entertainment may also include solo or group
musical instrument numbers. These will all take place in the gymnasium.
Starting off the day is the weekly students’ Mass starting
at 9 o’clock this morning.